Mr. PB and I were pretty sure we had found our venue, but its lack of a good indoor ceremony space created a new problem for us.
With my aunt as the officiant and the fact that neither Mr. PB or I are affiliated with a church, I had to start hunting for ceremony options. I began to do some research, and after finding many dead ends and places I just didn’t think would work, the U of R Interfaith Chapel was discovered.
Hopefully the sky is that blue on our wedding day. / Source: University of Rochester
I contacted the chapel to inquire about contract information and pricing, and Elizabeth, the contact, was very responsive and informative. Our date was completely open (the chapel schedules up to four weddings in a day), and we were able to get discounted pricing thanks to our March wedding. I quickly scheduled an appointment to meet with a wedding coordinator and see the venue.
The altar and the beautiful stained glass / Source: Chris & Luke
The only downfall to the ceremony space is that there is a short walk uphill from the parking lot to the chapel. Mr. PB, Mr. PB’s mom, and I visited the chapel on a brisk January day, and I couldn’t feel my nose by time I made it into the chapel. I’m concerned about the walk being too much for guests if the weather is not good.
Did everything about your ceremony space on the inside fit your vision but something outside unsettle you? Aren’t those windows up top to die for?